ChinaVision will soon be selling a wireless dental camera for home use. The device has a 1.3-megapixel video or still shots resolution and a 2.4GHz wireless receiver that you can connect to PC or TV. The built-in LEDs will light up the areas of interest within mouth. Unfortunately gadget comes with software for Windows only, and not for Mac. Priced for $103 each. [Chinavasion]
Fuji Z200fd comes with 5x zoom able to capture resolution up to 10.0 Megapixel via a 2.7-inch LCD. It also adds sensor-shifting mechanical image stabilization. This time Z200fd is equipped with unique Dual Shot Mode allows user to take two pictures – one with flash and one without – in rapid succession. This will allow shooter to pick best picture from the two modes. Another useful feature is face detection functions that are expanded to include Couple and Group Timer Modes. User can select number of faces (up to four) in the frame; the camera will hold off on capturing the shot until the set number of faces have been detected. What a cool trick! Retail pricing will start at $299.95. [DigitalCameraReview]
This spider looking camera looks almost like an arachnid-robot that can move. The three legs suppose to support the camera in the center, as it is flexibly adjustable to position at difficult angle. It also feeds the captured video wireless to nearby monitoring station. [TechDigest]
Fujifilm launches ZSpotNow.com based on its blogging camera, Fujifilm Z20fd. The website is a social networking site the like of MySpace, but with a twist, they organize events for members to attend. The Z20fd camera is powerful enough to point and shoot 10 Megapixel Hi-Res images, and you get to use blog menus that allow you to resize the pictures ready for blogs and emails. It gets even better with MPEG4 video recording function that makes files ready for upload to YouTube. [Gearlog]
Hasselblad comes back with the spanking new 50-megapixel H3DII-50. The camera features a 36 X 48mm Kodak sensor that generates 300MB files at 1FPS. The good news is that the owners of the H3DII-39 can trade it up for the H3DII-50. The camera will be released in October 2008. Sadly, the pricing info is still unknown. [Engadget]
Mustek has announced their first digital camera called the DV300T. It looks like a cell phone, however it is just a camera. It features a 3.1 megapixel resolution,a PMP, a voice recorder, and an e-book reader. No word on pricing or availability, but it shouldn’t be that much considering this camera isn’t at all that impressive.